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FUTO 300l Female student arrested for allegedly pouring hot water on fellow student over toothpaste

The police has arrested a 300-level student at the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), who allegedly poured hot water on her colleague Wisdom Uchenna Chukwuemeka, a 400-level Geology student.

According to reports, Ogochukwu poured hot water on Chukwuemeka in their hotel in Eziobodo on the afternoon of Thursday, November 4, 2021, because he did not answer the door after she knocked on the door to get the toothpaste.

It is said that the arrested student created a scene in front of Chukvimeka’s door before returning to her room.

However, she was confronted by the student from the Department of Geology and they quarreled. In the end, she poured a large pot of hot water to him.

An eyewitness said:

“Wisdom later come out to confront her over her behavior, and an argument ensued. She threatened to pour hot water on him if he doesn’t leave. A lady even stepped in to pacify them but before she could say Jack, Miracle carried out her threat. She emptied a pot of hot water on both wisdom and the lady.”

He’s currently hospitalized, severely scarred. The water was targeted at his private part and now his genitals are completely peeled. He is currently at risk of missing his entire exams for the current semester which may result in an extra year for him.”

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